Beauty treatment finds a new home
… As Toujours Claires opens for business

Source: OBED BOAFO -

A new, exquisite, stylish and high-end beauty treatment centre Toujours Claires, has opened its doors to the public, and ready for business.

Located right in the serene and ever friendly up-market community of East Airport, Toujours Claires offers the best of beauty treatment for the upwardly mobile as well as the middle income class.

At a special dedication ceremony to officially open its doors to the public, and to also share the vision and mission of the facility, Shika Obeng, CEO of Tojours Claires said her outfit is in for the long haul, and poised on delivering the best quality of services.

Toujours Claires she said would endeavor to deliver excellent customer service, precision, pay attention to the details that would bring out the best in their clients, and also seek to operate in the utmost hygienic way as possible.

“We want our clients to leave here rejuvenated, refreshed and revived,” she said.

The idea to start Toujours Claires according to Ms. Obeng, started as a dream to have an all-in-one beauty house ad treatment centre that would serve as the beauty escape for clients to relax, find the balance between harmony and true beauty”.

With a vibrant and dedicated team of nine, young and energetic individuals, Toujours Claires is ready for the market, Shika has assured.

Mrs. Grace Amey Obeng, of the FC Group of Companies who gave the welcome address said Toujours Claires has come at a time when beauty treatment needed to be taken to the next level, and she was hopeful that the outfit, of which her daughter Shika is the lead head, would live up to expectations.

The ceremony was well attended by a cross section of the city's trendy, and some notable business community heads.

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